Want to become a World Record Holder? Participate in the World’s Largest Swim Lesson on Thursday, June 14 at 8:00am at The Cove Waterpark! The Guinness Book of World Records will actually be monitoring this event around the world and this could be your chance to be apart of world history! Bring anyone you’d like [...]
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Knott’s Berry Farm and Knott’s Soak Cities Offer Free Admission to Military Personnel – Memorial Day Weekend 2012
Knott’s Soak City in Palm Springs is ground zero for staying cool in the sunny Coachella Valley. With a capacity of several thousand and no shortage of rides and attractions, this park can keep you amused for a half day if you want to try everything once or full day if you’re ambitious about your water fun!
If there are two things that set a summer in the Inland Empire apart from LA, OC and SD, it is the heat and lack of a nearby ocean to jump in to! However, Riverside and San Bernardino counties are home to (or close to) some of the best water parks and slides that will cool you off in no time with the 2011 water park season ahead of us!
The Cove Water Park is the Inland Empire’s newest water park, complete with a surfing machine, three water slides, a lazy river, an activity pool and a splash playground for kids. Open since Memorial Day weekend in 2011, expect traffic to pickup as word gets out that this destination is open daily throughout the hot summer of 2011.